FERGIE STEPS DOWN

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has announced that he will step down from his post after more than 26 years in charge of the club. This comes as a major surprise for everyone, as the Scot recently led United to the 20th league title in the history. The 71-year-old Read more…

ROONEY WILL RETURN

After missing out on the 1-0 defeat against Chelsea in the FA Cup quarter-finals, star striker Wayne Rooney is all set to return to the squad for the crucial Manchester Derby according to manager Sir Alex Ferguson. Rooney was expected to start in the FA Cup quarter-final replay against Chelsea Read more…

ONE OF THE BEST

Manchester United have had a lot of success over the years, but the 1999 team will always be remembered as one of the best in the world. During this season, the club managed to lift three major titles in the form of the Premier league, FA Cup, and the Champions Read more…

FERGIE NOT WORRIED

The Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand’s contract with the club comes to an end in less than six months, but the manager Sir Alex Ferguson has said that he is not worried about the future of the defender because he believes that he will stay at Old Trafford. Ferdinand can Read more…

Rodgers: Referee to blame

Having amassed just two points in his opening five Premier League games as Reds manager, it’s no surprise to see Brendan Rodgers become increasingly frustrated with life in the hot seat at Anfield. After suffering a late defeat to Manchester United on Sunday, Rodgers has taken to criticise referee Mark Read more…

HUMMELS MIGHT LEAVE

The Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels has said that there is every possibility that he could leave the club in the summer after being linked with the likes of Manchester United and Barcelona over the last few weeks. Mats Hummels has developed himself into one of the best defenders in Read more…

UNITED ARE TEAM TO BEAT

The Wigan athletic chairman Dave Whelan has said that Manchester United are looking to be at the forefront when it comes to the financial regulations that will be coming into effect in the Premier league shortly. The financial fair play regulations will not be coming into effect until the start of next season. These new regulations will still let the clubs to make losses each financial year, but they have to be drastically reduced in order to comply with the new regulations. Manchester city and Chelsea have been two clubs spending a lot of money.

The Wigan athletic chairman Dave Whelan has said that the Premier league club Manchester United will be at the forefront in order to help UEFA in the efforts to reduce the debts of the clubs. Dave Whelan has suggested that one of the main reasons for Manchester United keen on bringing down the debt levels within the clubs is due to the fear they have over the spending by Manchester city and Chelsea. The UEFA president has already said UEFA will be banning any clubs that spend beyond their means. Clubs are allowed to make only £ 8.8 million in losses in each financial year. (more…)

STATEMENT OF INTENT

The Manchester United Ryan Giggs has said that the signing of the Arsenal striker Robin van Persie is a major statement of intent by the club. Manchester United recently completed the transfer of the 29-year-old Dutchman for a transfer fee of £ 24 million. Even more impressive than the transfer Read more…

FERGIE ADMIRES BLANC

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has recently revealed his admiration for the French national team manager Laurent Blanc, who he managed during his 25 years at Manchester United. It is widely expected that Sir Alex Ferguson is coming to the end of his stellar managerial career, which has seen Read more…

UNITED INTO FINALS

Manchester United advanced to the final of the Lancashire Senior Cup on penalties having drawn 0-0 with Blackpool in normal time. As is usually the case in the shoot out it was the goalkeeper who was the hero and it was Anders Lindegaard who saved two penalties for United on Read more…